Disco Biscuits Live at Haymaker Festival on 2002-10-04
- Live concert
- Disco Biscuits
2: Rock Candy, Triumph > Crystal Ball, Little Lai > House Dog Party Favor > And The Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night > Little Lai, Svenghali
E: Story Of The World
- Voices Insane completes 10/2 version
- level drop at 7:01 in d3t06 (Svenghali) this is present on the master DAT.
- 2004-02-12 06:07:08
- M1->Waveterminal 2496->Soundforge 5.0(rec, fades)->CDWav->SHN
- Spotsylvania, VA
- Taped by
- John Madigan
- Transferred by
- Matt Spolansky
- Haymaker Festival
Subject: Great show
Subject: 7 Thumbs Up
Subject: Three words
Subject: GET THIS SHOW!!!
Subject: Listen with extreme caution!!
Subject: Holy crap
Subject: Don't neglect 10/4!
From the getgo we were treated to a dubtastical Ladies -> Voices opener that set the tone for the entire weekend. There wasn't an off note for the rest of the night. I still contend that the Lai -> HDPF -> Ladies -> Lai sequence from the second set is some of the most interesting music I have ever heard. I was bloody, beaten, and torn and sure the show was over... but no, the Disco Biscuits mocked my exhaustion, taunted me, and egged me on with the opening notes to my favorite anthem, Svenghali. Perfect!
Subject: Awesome Show
The source sounds great to boot, very crisp and clear.
Thanks to everyone who makes acquiring and spreading these amazing shows possible.
ladies>voices is a great opener, and the drop into king of the world took everyone by surprise. the first east-coast version of digital buddah was fantastic as well. my favorite version of home again and my favorite magellan follow. a good magellan often has a recurring theme or riff that pervades throughout the jam, and this one is brilliant. it's simplicity is astounding: just two notes that swing into the downbeat, but its effect is fantastic.
an excellent stand alone rock candy gets things pumping for the beginning of the second set. but it's the little lai progression that dominates this second set. an extremely solid second house dog jam leads right into the end of ladies, which exceeds expectations by not ending and disintegrating into one of the best quiet/slow biscuits jams I've ever heard. this eventually turns into the end of little lai. an exciting svenghali and solid story of the world close out this gem. it's made even better by the fact that it's some of the best sounding, non-SBD discs in circulation.
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